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Federal and Tribal Legislation: Tribal Policy Analysis

This guide was prepared to support the research efforts of students in the UNMSOL Federal and Tribal Legislation Course

In-depth guides on Tribal Policy Analysis

Please reference our UNM Law Library Indian Law Research guides. The following are Guides on Publications and Reports; and Tribal Resources and Issues. For the entire series of Guides, click here

Guide 4: Publications & Reports
     Blogs, special repots, publications and newspapers, as well as law school websites.

Guide 5: Tribal Resources & Issues
     Tribal Courts, Opinions, Codes, Constitutions, and listing of New Mexico Tribal Issues.

  • Tribal Courts & Opinions: Tribal Court websites, Court opinions and handbooks.
  • Legal Resources: Resources for legal research, links to Tribal Codes and Constitutions.
  • New Mexico: Links to official and non-official Apache, Navajo, and Pueblo Tribes’ websites.
  • Oklahoma: Links to official and non-official Oklahoma Tribes’ websites.
  • Additional Resources: Links to directories, indexes, and community organizations.

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